Land Registries » Saskatchewan
Land Registry Offices in Saskatchewan
|Registry Office Name||Location||Advertised
|Battlefords Customer Service Centre||North Battleford|
|Humboldt Customer Service Centre||Humboldt,|
|Moose Jaw Customer Service Centre||Moose Jaw|
|Prince Albert Customer Service||Prince Albert|
|Regina Customer Service Centre||Regina|
|Saskatoon Customer Service Centre||Saskatoon|
|Swift Current Customer Service Centre||Swift Current|
|Yorkton Customer Service Centre||Yorkton|
Saskatchewan Quick Facts
SASKATCHEWAN Quick Facts
The name "Saskatchewan" comes from the Cree language.
It means swift-flowing river .
Area: 651,036 km sq
Joined Confederation: 1905
Capital City: Regina
Provincial Flower: Western Red Lily
Saskatchewan has 8 customer Service Centres.
The entire province operates as one land registration district, replacing the 10 separate districts under the old land titles system.
State of Tenure: Land Titles
Paper land records have been automated by the Land Titles Automated Network Delivery (LAND) System.
Are historic title records computerized?
Are current title documents computerized? Yes
Are current documents available online? Yes
Is electronic registration available? Yes (submitted by e-mail, fax, disc, CD-ROM or regular mail)
For a title search you need one of the following:
Legal description: Yes
Parcel Identifier Number: Yes
Current title registration #: Yes
Current owner: Yes
To order a title search contact registry agent